All Miami Dolphins draft picks now signed as lineman Billy Turner inks deal

 
 
Miami Dolphins rookie offensive linemen Ja'Wuan James, left and Billy Turner are show at rookie camp in Davie on May 24, 2014.
Miami Dolphins rookie offensive linemen Ja'Wuan James, left and Billy Turner are show at rookie camp in Davie on May 24, 2014.
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The Miami Dolphins’ entire 2014 draft class is signed and ready for camp – with a week to spare.

Offensive lineman Billy Turner, the team’s third-round pick, signed his rookie contract Friday, agent Michael Hoffman announced on Twitter. Turner shared a picture of himself signing the paperwork on social media a short time later.

The four-year deal is worth an estimated $3.1 million, with a signing bonus of roughly $700,000.

Turner was the last of the team’s draft picks to sign, ensuring no rookie holdouts for the second consecutive season. The team reports for training camp next Thursday.

POUNCEY ACCUSERS SPEAK TO POLICE

Mike and Maurkice Pouncey’s 25th birthday party is now officially a police matter.

The three people who have publicly accused the Pounceys of injuring them during a fight at South Beach’s Cameo nightclub last week have now told their side to Miami Beach police, according to Sgt. Bobby Hernandez, a police spokesman.

The Pounceys, through their attorney, have called the accusation “lies” and said they were not part of any altercation that night.

“The investigation continues,” Hernandez said.

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